Lead Like Francis

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December 9-16, 2013 Podcast

Chris Lowney chairs the board of Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation’s largest health care systems. He previously served as a Managing Director at J. P. Morgan and is a former Jesuit seminarian. He speaks widely on leadership, corporate ethics and decision making, and is the author of four books. He recently stopped by America House to discuss bis newest book, Pope Francis: Why He Leads the Way He Leads, which considers the lessons learned from the first Jesuit pope.

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Robert Hugelmeyer
3 years 10 months ago

Enjoyed and learned from the overview but I must buy the book. Made many Jesuit retreats over the years. Graduated from Jesuit trained St Peters Jersey City which formed my base and I need to continue. So much more to work out and go deeper. Age 73. New to America although read the magazine on retreat. My first podcast here on America. Been concerned about the Jesuit defenders of Faith in the past but now some seem to be accepting much of the secular modern culture. Hope Pope Francis I can turn it around. Thank you for a great magazine. Bob

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